It was recently discovered that Drake charged $250,000 per hour to use his home studio, which was advertised on the StuFinder app. Despite the expense, an engineer and a Drake feature are not included. Riff Raff reportedly paid $500,000 for two hours of studio time at Drizzy's house, but that didn't deter the rapper from moving forward.
Riff Raff did reserve the time, according to a statement from StuFinder about the acquisition. The app read:“We have reached out to Drake and his team to get confirmation that he did, in fact, list his home recording studio on our app. Session requests can be sent to the studio, but to prevent a scam, we have paused the ability for the studio to accept bookings till we receive confirmation.”